SMYRNA — Playing off the time-honored tradition of dinner and a show, the Smyrna Opera House will begin offering lunch and a show this month. Mid Month Matinees are coming to the theater …
MIDDLETOWN — Jack Schreppler is ready to march the Hummers Parade back to its roots and away from any controversy and ill will. “I ordered the trophies, and the trophies will feature …
MIDDLETOWN — There is something extra special about sharing time with your loved ones during the holidays — and it’s doubly enjoyable when you also get to bring home some yummy …
Next month gets off to a rollicking holiday start as God’s Power & Light Co. presents “Elf: The Musical” on Dec. 1-3 at the Everett Theatre.
WILMINGTON — New Castle County, Chapter 83, Vietnam Veterans of America, will celebrate the 40th anniversary of its founding at 10:15 a.m. Nov. 4 at 18th and Bayard Blvd, Wilmington. …
SMYRNA — Autumn in Duck Creek, a celebration of all things Smyrna, will be held Nov. 3-4 in downtown Smyrna. Events on Nov. 3 include Haunted Walking Tours at 7:30 p.m. at the Smyrna …
The Everett Theatre in Middletown opened 101 years ago, leaving plenty of time for ghost stories to be scared up. And there’s evidence of some truth to them.
DELAWARE CITY — If you can’t take the hauntings, stay out of the kitchen. These are words of caution if you embark on one of the paranormal adventures offered every October at Fort …
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A rare opportunity awaits Oct. 7, as comedy hypnotist Marshal Manlove brings his act to The Smyrna Opera House for a performance designed to both amuse and amaze. It’s uncommon to see this type of show, plus Mr. Manlove seldom performs in public.
SMYRNA — It has been quite some time since a large public event has been hosted at Belmont Hall. But Susan Wolfe will be ready Sept. 30, when Revolutionary War Day will be held on the …
Delaware Technical Community College is inviting alumni to register for a sunset cruise Sept. 9 on the Cape May-Lewes Ferry.
HARRINGTON — Each night of the Delaware State Fair, there is a parade of tractors, kids in 4-H floats and marching bands. This gallery shows highlights of Saturday night's parade, …
Cities and towns up and down Delaware are set to celebrate Independence Day with a bang, starting this weekend. Perhaps no place is more fitting for Fourth of July revelry than in downtown …
Dover Comic Con is a free indoor/outdoor pop culture festival in downtown Dover, Delaware. The event is host to more than 100 different exhibitors including artisans, artists, cars, cosplayers, …
The Delaware Heritage Commission will hold a workshop about oral history at 6:30 p.m. June 13 at the Dover Public Library, 35 Loockerman Plaza, Dover.
SMYRNA — Sometimes, it’s just as fun talking to musicians as it is listening to them play. The monthly pick-in at Blue Earl Brewing is the perfect place to do both. The events take …
HARTLY — On June 17, Delaware Friends of Folk will hold a special day of John Prine-focused stories and songs. Over about six hours, eight Delmarva-based acts will explore Mr. Prine’s …
POCOMOKE CITY — The Pocomoke Indian Nation is planning special events in June to demonstrate traditions of Native Americans who lived here before the colonists. On Saturday, June 3 …
The Kent County chapter of Vietnam Veterans of America will hold a Memorial Day ceremony at 2 p.m. May 29 at the Kent County Veterans Memorial Park.
Sharon Klock of Dover took this photo in Silver Lake Park in Dover on April 3.
MIDDLETOWN — Ken Boulden saw a musical opportunity, and he’s taking full advantage of it. A longtime entertainer with a fondness for 1950s’ doo-wop music, he heard last June …
DOVER – The Kent County Public Library will offer the following programs and events during the month of May 2023. All programs are free, open to the public, and will be held at the library, …
It’s a day of friends, fashion and shopping. The W3 What Women Want Fest is a festive and relaxing day for women to gather together with their gal pals of all ages. This fun, casual event …
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